Sorrento Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

900 Madison St., Seattle, Washington, 98104, United States
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
65%
347
Very Good
23%
126
Average
5%
31
Poor
3%
17
Terrible
1%
6

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 63% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families90
  • Couples90
  • Solo88
  • Business87

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We loved Seattle!

by LaurenATL

"We departed from Seattle on a cruise to Alaska."

We stayed at the Double Tree Inn in the area of the airport. I love that hotel! They have the best cookies and very spacious rooms! Honestly, I would stay there just for the cookies!
This was my first cruise and it was a week long. We took it with my boyfriend and his parents. We love to travel with his parents because we are very compadable and are good travelers.

"Place Pigalle- wonderful restaurant"

I was reading the books by the fish mongers at the Pike Place Market during the trip for my job. It was very necassary to stop by the Pike Place Market and see what the fuss was! We asked our coincerge at the hotel what he recommends there. Place Pigalle was one of the best places I have ever eaten. They do not have a microwave in the house, everything is made from scratch and it shows! It does not seat many but the view is incredible. It is in the market but on the back side facing the water. We could have sat there all afternoon just relaxing in the sun with the wind on our faces from the open windows.

"Sorrento Hotel- Boutique Hotel"

The Sorrento Hotel is the first boutique hotel I have ever visited. All of the rooms are different. We booked our "Rock and Roll" suite through the American Express Platinum desk and got the upgrade! The suite was vibrant and spacious. There waas original contracts from when Elvis had to have his parents sign for him, guitars with musician's signatures and signed notes from rockers to the Sorrento Hotel about how wonderful this room is. WOW! There was a very interesting music collection there for you to fumble through and listen to. The lobby is a very cozy dark area with large leather chairs and a fireplace. We went during happy our and listened to a very talented lady sing songs from my favorite...Nora Jones!

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Honeymoon in Seattle

by shamre

We are going to seattle July 16 for a weekend honeymoon. Where is the nicest place to stay with a great location downtown or on the waterfront?

Re: Honeymoon in Seattle

by bocmaxima

http://www.edgewaterhotel.com
It's a little late to be booking this, but they'll probably still have rooms available.

Re: Honeymoon in Seattle

by Marianne2

Our finest hotel is the very centrally located downtown Fairmont Olympic Hotel. It is historic, elegant and has very good food, in addition to its splendid location right in the heart of downtown. It is a more formal type hotel that hosts dignitaries, with all amenitites.

For the waterfront, there are two hotels to try. The Edgewater, mentioned above, is right on the water. It is an older more casual hotel with strong Pacific Northwest roots, and a PNW theme of rustic logs, historic photos, cross-hatch beams, etc. Its restaurant is OK, and overlooks the water.

Nearly across the street is the Waterfront Marriott, a newish hotel with typical marble lobby, piano bar, and very nice rooms, although nothing to distinguish itself from a similar 4-star property in Miami or LA. Good luck with your decision and Happy Honeymoon!

Re: Honeymoon in Seattle

by YVRDave

Also check the Sorrento Hotel, Four Seasons, Inn at the Market

Re: Honeymoon in Seattle

by royalempress

I agree, the Olympic is Seattle's nicest if you like old world charm. If you choose the Edgewater be sure and request a room facing the ferry terminal.

Re: Honeymoon in Seattle

by glabah

This is peak tourist season up there, and getting a room can be an adventure on this short a notice.

If you are unable to get anything at the above places, try the Silver Cloud Lake Union. It isn't quite as good as far as the wonderful views, but as long as you get rooms on the Lake Union side it still has good views, and is still quite close to most everything downtown.

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